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INTRODUCTION



SystemVerilog is a combined Hardware Description Language and Hardware Verification Language based on extensions to Verilog. SystemVerilog was created by the donation of the Superlog language to Accellera in 2002. The bulk of the verification functionality is based on the OpenVera language donated by Synopsys. In 2005, SystemVerilog was adopted as IEEE Standard 1800-2005 .

Few of SystemVerilog's capabilities are unique, but it is significant that these capabilities are combined and offered within a single HDL. There is great value in a common HDL which handles all aspects of the design and verification flow: design description, functional simulation, property specification, and formal verification.
Index
Introduction
Data Types
Literals
Strings
Userdefined Datatypes
Enumarations
Structures And Uniouns
Typedef
Arrays
Array Methods
Dynamic Arrays
Associative Arrays
Queues
Comparison Of Arrays
Linked List
Casting
Data Declaration
Reg And Logic
Operators 1
Operators 2
Operator Precedency
Events
Control Statements
Program Block
Procedural Blocks
Fork Join
Fork Control
Subroutines
Semaphore
Mailbox
Fine Grain Process Control

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